Does speed kill?
At Huawei's “Innovation Day” in Paris, earlier this week, Francois Barrault, chairman of IDATE Digiworld, made some interesting comparisons between robots and human beings, focusing on the five senses.
Opinion: If you want a robolution, coin another neologism
Talking about AI and “robolution”, yeah really, a French MP delivered a speech at Huawei's Paris gig today which will compel your or repel you, according to your inclination and degree of latitude
Call for transparency
BBC executive Mukul Devichand, who is heading up the corporation's AI efforts, said at a Huawei event in Paris that “smart” assistants like Google Home, Alexa and Apple Siri ran the risk of becoming content editors.
See through walls – it's kind of magic
Merouane Debba, director of the mathematical and algorithmic sciences lab, Huawei said the company is aiming to introduce 5G plus in 2028 and 6G in 2030.
Votes for Europe, photonics computing is the way to go
William Xu, president of Huawei's board in charge of strategic research spoke at the company's “innovation” jamboree in Paris today.
Defacebook won't deface de Facebook
A former politician employed as a senior spin doctor by Facebook said politicians can never be accused of being economical with the truth.
Ericsson and Nokia get boost from plan
A bill is set to be presented to US lawmakers later this week that would essentially pay smaller wireless providers to swap out gear from Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE.
Huawei in Big Push
In an interview in Shenzen with Guo Ping, chairman of Huawei, it became evident very quickly that despite political obstacles promoted by the USA, the firm is very much on track to put in place its 5G infrastructure this year and next.
There's a perpetual licence
The chairman of Huawei is confident that its relationship with ARM will not only continue, but will thrive.
Or just a mission improbable
Sources at the Advance Intelligence conference in Shanghai tell Fudzilla that it is still making overtures to the USA and that behind the scenes some little progress is being made.